REDW Admits Trujillo and Roderick to Principal

Josh Trujillo

Josh Trujillo

Albuquerque, N.M.-based REDW LLC (FY13 net revenue of $26.4 million) announced the promotions of Josh Trujillo to principal in the Albuquerque office and Christina Roderick to principal in its Phoenix office.

“Josh is a valuable team member who displays exceptional talent auditing governmental entities, both municipal and tribal,” says Mike Allen, REDW principal and head of the firm’s audit and consulting department. “Many of our clients also have special appreciation for his expertise with OMB Circular A-133, which encourages sound financial management including effective internal controls.”

Christina Roderick

Christina Roderick

“Christina’s promotion to principal acknowledges her talent, hard work and commitment to both her co-workers and her clients,” says Sandy Abalos, REDW’s principal-in-charge of the Phoenix office. “Christina excels in working closely with privately held business owners to help them plan for succession and preserve their wealth by utilizing the best available tax structures, credits, incentives and tax planning.”

Trujillo joined REDW in 2005 and has extensive experience auditing governmental entities, including county and municipal governments, tribal governments and other governmental business enterprises. Trujillo also has a broad knowledge base of health care industry auditing and consulting governmental and nonprofit healthcare organizations on revenue cycle improvement, budgeting, procurement and internal controls.

Roderick has more than 17 years of experience in public accounting and leads REDW’s privately held business practice as a principal in the firm’s Phoenix office. She works with business owners in planning for succession, along with preserving wealth by utilizing the best available tax structures, credits and incentives and tax planning. She has expertise working with small businesses and multinational companies in the manufacturing, distribution, real estate, technology and health care industries.